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Google has added a new feature to its Google+ kinda-social network that identifies how many people have looked at your profile page, blog and photos on Google+. "Starting today you’ll see a new number on your Google+ profile or page: total content views," said Eddie Kessler, a Google engineering manager. "This number is the …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Got 1500 views on my

    "not in use" Google+ page. Like 99.5% of Youtube users, I do not use my G+ page.

  2. Vociferous

    And it's fishy.

    My fake account which is used for nothing but making private playlists on Youtube has 2817 views. I find that highly unlikely.

  3. Andrew Jones 2

    Except you are not entirely accurate, from what I have read elsewhere it is not just page views of your profile - but the total of your profile pageviews AND views of ALL your content.

  4. John Brown (no body) Silver badge
    Facepalm

    Web page counter

    How...err....1980's

    Have they patented it?

  5. htq

    It's the interactions that counts!

    Just checked my profile: 1,278 followers | 151,645 views

    Meh - not entirely sure what the view count means anything in real terms. For me it's the interaction that counts. I do get more than enough meaningful interactions, but not that order of magnitude.

  6. Slartybardfast

    Google+ is that still going - how quaint

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